This is something I didn’t see coming. I’m truly honored and especially happy for my coworkers.
Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
Tim Morales & Associates, Inc. has been voted the winner of the 2014 Supply House Times Manufacturers Representative of the Year Award, rising above other manufacturer representative firms in a multitude of criteria.
“For this award we look for rep firms that are progressive in how they do business, and proactive when it comes to topics such as training and industry involvement,” said Mike Miazga, Editor at Supply House Times. “We compile our own internal list of candidates and also solicit nominations from the industry. Tim Morales received glowing recommendations on both accounts.”
This award is an acknowledgment of years of hard work for not only the company head, but also all the employees in the firm.
“This is something I didn’t see coming. I’m truly honored and especially happy for my coworkers,” said Tim Morales, President of Tim Morales & Associates, Inc. “I’m surrounded by some of the hardest working people in our industry and they are truly deserving of this recognition.”
Tim Morales & Associates, Inc. has 19 employees serving the gulf coast region including Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and West Florida.
“My mother and father founded the J.H. Morales Sales Co. in 1957 and I grew up helping out any way I could, whether it was loading trucks, answering phones, or pulling and packaging orders,” says Morales. “The rep business is really all I know. It’s an honorable trade, loaded with some of the best people you’ll ever meet.”
“What stands out are Tim’s leadership abilities as the owner of the company, his relationship with his staff, the expertise of his staff at all levels of the organization, a major commitment to employee training and a progressive approach when it comes to staffing, technology, and how the company does business,” says Miazga. “The firm has the total package going.”
Tim Morales & Associates, Inc. has partnered with Sioux Chief for 13 years.
Morales states, “We focus on the contractor base. Sioux Chief has taught us to listen carefully to those who are hands on. Mud on your boots and dings on your hard hat are to be worn proudly.”